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Old   June 10, 2015, 03:10
Default XFlow file import problem
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I have been facing a problem in xflow. I made a file from Solidworks which is 1metre by 1 metre. I converted it into .stl format and imported it into xflow. The preset wind tunnel dimensions in xflow are [(12,4,6) metres]. When I imported the file into xflow the geometry turned out to be 1000 times bigger than the original dimension and hence it is out of the preset domain. I'm attaching 2 screenshots of the same.Could please help me with this problem

Scrnshot 1: The geometry in top plane after being imported into xflow which is (1000x1000) metre

Scrnshot 2: A comparison of the domain size and the geometry size

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